Rodon has never pitched in a major-league game.
Putnam has had his back wrapped the last two days.
The deal includes an invite to spring training. In 2014, Adams produced a 2.89 ERA over 22 games.
Fernandez threw 15 fastballs during the outing.
Cuban infielder Hector Olivera recently underwent a physical for a number of teams, including the
Over 10 seasons in Cuba, Olivera hit .323 with a .407 on-base percentage, .505 slugging percentage and .912 OPS.
Holland was scheduled to throw in Sunday's intrasquad game, but it will be pushed back to Monday as a precaution. Holland missed most of the 2014 season with a knee injury.
"I'm taking a day off," Holland said, per the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. "No biggie."
Rodriguez is attempting to comeback after being suspended for the entire 2014 season and Girardi said the decision will be based on how Rodriguez is feeling.
"It's something I have to talk to him about," Girardi said. "See where he's at physically."
The deal includes an invite to spring training. In 2014, Viciedo hit .231 with 21 home runs and 58 RBI.
MLB Players Association executive director Tony Clark isn't ready to embrace the idea of a worldwide draft, according to FoxSports.com.
New commissioner Rob Manfred recently commented that a worldwide draft may make sense for Major League Baseball. "It makes all the sense in the world to have a single method of entry," he said.
But Clark doesn't necessarily agree with that line of thinking. While he admitted the idea sounds great in theory, Clark said there are still a lot of challenges.
Fundamentally, there are a tremendous amount of challenges based on what is already part of the system and/or what is not part of any individual system in any individual country -- with respect to how those players are being developed, with respect to how those players are being educated, against the backdrop of when they're being asked to make decisions about their professional careers.
The issue of a worldwide draft became more relevant following the signing of Yoan Moncada for $31.5 million. Rays pitcher Drew Smyly was critical of the contract, saying it was "not right" for a 19-year-old international player to make that much when a 19-year-old player from the United States would make much less.
Clark was supportive of Smyly speaking his mind, and reiterated that the draft debate will continue to be an issue moving forward. "As we move forward, we as a group will continue to talk about any number of considerations," Clark said. "An international or worldwide draft is going to be one of those topics of discussion."